Premier League Betting Offers

Premier League Betting

After last weeks exciting Premier League matches, it's time for GW3, more football to bet on and plenty of bookmakers betting offers to take advantage of.

We've taken a look at some of the best Premier League betting offers and price boosts that bookmakers offer for this weekends key games.

The two games we're focusing on in Premier League GW3 are Saturday's matches between Man Utd v Newcastle (12:45) and Leicester v Tottenham (15:00).

Premier League Offers

Online bookmakers latest Premier League promotions:

888sport Price Boost 888sport Price Boost

Treble Odds Offer !

Join 888sport today and use their latest signup offer to get treble odds on the first bet that you place. Extra winnings in bonus bets! T&C's apply.

Bet365 Betting Offer Bet365 Betting Offer

Refunds if it's 0-0!

Place a pre-match Correct Score, HT/FT or Scorecast bet on any Premier League fixture and if the game ends 0-0 and you lose, Bet365 refund your stake!

Betfair Sportsbook Price Boost Betfair Sportsbook Price Boost

Man Utd To Beat Newcastle: 4/1

Join Betfair today and they'll give you boosted odds of 4/1 on Man Utd beating Newcastle instead of 7/20. Max bet £10, extra winnings in bonus bets.

Bet Victor Betting Offer Bet Victor Betting Offer

100% 'Cash Out' Bonus

Use Bet Victor 'Cash Out' to make a profit on any Premier League match taking place this weekend, and they’ll match your profit up to £25 with bonus funds!

Ladbrokes Betting Offer Ladbrokes Betting Offer

Double Odds on First Goalscorer

Ladbrokes have launched a betting offer that pays out at double odds if the player you back in their First Goalscorer markets scores with the first 25 minutes.

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Leicester: 10/1, Spurs: 11/1

Join PaddyPower today & they'll give you boosted odds of 10/1 on Leicester winning or 11/1 on Spurs winning! £10 max bet, extra winnings in bonus bets.

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Free In-Play Bet Offer

Place a £20 pre-match bet on any live televised Premier League match in August and PaddyPower will give you 2 x £5 bonus bets to use In-Play on the game.

Check out the best odds and betting offers for the other Premier League matches we’ve taken a look at: West Brom v Chelsea and Everton v Man City.

Man Utd v Newcastle

The first Premier League game this weekend is Man Utd v Newcastle at Old Trafford.

Newcastle haven’t had much luck playing Man Utd at Old Trafford having only ever beaten them there once in the Premier League back in December 2013.

With this track record, it's no surprise that bookmakers offer Man Utd as favourites to win.

Man Utd's Best Odds: 4/11

Man Utd have had a reasonably good start to their 2015/16 Premier League campaign, after their victories against both Aston Villa and Tottenham.

Even though they’ve secured a maximum 6 points, they haven’t been performing as well as Van Gaal would like and look to be struggling to play well together as a team.

The lack of cohesiveness is a little troubling to fans, especially with Rooney lacking support up front and struggling to get many touches of the ball.

In saying that, they are online bookmakers favourites to win with Bet365.com offering the best odds at 4/11 as well as up to £200 in bonus bets for new signups.

Newcastle's Best Odds: 8/1

Newcastle haven’t had a good start to the season having only secured 1 point so far.

Saturday’s match with Man Utd isn’t going to be an easy game to get points from, given they’ve only won 1 out of their last 6 games against the Red Devils.

Newcastle are also unfortunate to have lost more Premier League games against Man Utd than any other side; which doesn’t bode well for Saturday’s game.

With Man Utd not playing as well as they could, it's hard to predict how the game will go with WilliamHill.com offering the best odds on a Newcastle win at 8/1.

Join today and bet £25 on Newcastle and not only will you win £200 if they win, you'll also receive the £25 bonus bet that William Hill offer all new signups.

Best Odds On A Draw: 4/1

If you think the game will end in a draw then SkyBet.com offer the best odds at 4/1 as well as offering a 'bet £5, get a £20 bonus bet' deal for new account holders.

Leicester v Tottenham

Saturday's other live match is Leicester v Tottenham at The King Power Stadium.

You’d expect Tottenham to be the favourite as they’ve had more success in beating Leicester in the past, however Leicester are actually online bookmakers favourites.

Leicester's Best Odds: 13/8

Leicester have had a fantastic start to their campaign, continuing their winning streak from the end of the 2014/15 season when they won 7 of their last 9 games.

Not only have they won both their opening games against West Ham and Sunderland, they’ve also secured 6 points and 2nd place in the league table going into gameweek 3.

Even though they’ve only beaten Spurs 3 times out of the last 10 matches, bookmakers offer them as favourites to win, with PaddyPower.com offering the best odds at 13/8.

Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester will be feeling pretty confident ahead of Saturday’s game after a cracking start to the season, and could easily net another 3 points!

Tottenham's Best Odds: 12/5

Tottenham have had anything but a good start to the season, losing to Man Utd in their opening game and losing a 2 goal lead and only managing a draw against Stoke.

With just 1 point in the bag they'll be hoping for a better performance and an away win against Leicester to strengthen their position in the table.

Tottenham haven’t been overly convincing so far and will be hoping that Harry Kane can score his first goal of the 2015/15 Premier League season on Saturday.

Ladbrokes.com offer the best odds on a Tottenham win at 12/5 and if you open a new account , you'll also be able to take advantage of their £50 bonus bet for new signups.

Best Odds On A Draw: 3/1

If you think the game has draw written all over it, head to SkyBet.com as they offer the best odds at 3/1 as well as offering a 'bet £5, get £20' deal for new signups.

NB: Premier League betting odds correct at the time this article went live. Bookmakers odds shorten closer to kick-off so bet early for the best odds!